We can help you if you have been denied entry to Canada
Did you know that if you have been denied entry to Canada, or you think you may be denied entry to Canada, there are options available to you?
Being denied entry to Canada usually happens because the traveler has a criminal record of some kind. Even the most minor of offenses can result in a denial of entry, and Canada takes certain offenses more seriously than the United States does.
So, what can you do if you are or fear you will be denied entry to Canada?
Applying for a temporary resident permit to enter Canada
In many cases, you could be eligible to apply for a temporary resident permit in order to enter Canada. This means that once you are approved for one, you should be able to enter Canada for a temporary length of time. However, the temporary resident permit will have an expiry date and once it expires you must leave and apply for another if you want to return.
While this document can be applied for at the border if you are a United States citizen, that does not necessarily mean it is an easy process. If you would like to apply for one, speak with a licensed immigration lawyer beforehand.
We can help you if you have been denied entry to Canada. There are options available to you, but these options are not always easy. In addition, if you only think you may be denied entry to Canada, you can contact us and we can assess your case to see if you are inadmissible or not. We have over 15 years’ experience helping people immigrate to Canada, including those who want to visit but are unable to because of a criminal history.
About Michael Niren
Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association.Read more
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